Conquering the New Leasing Standard for Those Familiar with the Standard (VIRTUAL SEMINAR)More Courses
CLSF-WEB | Virtual Live & In-person | Intermediate | Scheduled
Please note: This seminar will only be available via live webcast.
- Accounting & Auditing
Understanding of the new leasing standard
CPAs and other business professionals
To be able to apply the standard to actual leases all the way through footnote disclosures.
The FASB finalized the new leasing standard in early 2016 with early implementation available (meaning your clients or employers can request implementation NOW [and some have]!) It will become mandatory in calendar 2022 for non-public entities. Most every entity leases something (especially real property) and that means most every entity will be impacted materially by this new standard. Emphasis of the class will be solely from the perspective of how a lessee applies the standard to typical leasing arrangements of non-publicly traded entities. This class assumes that participants already have a good understanding of the standard’s requirements as it focuses on “A-Z” examples of how to apply the standard to actual leases all the way through footnote disclosures!
James D. Martin
James (“Jim”) Martin is a true “general practitioner” who, for over 32 years, has specialized in both income tax and accounting and audit areas. In addition to serving the accounting and tax needs of 200 clients, Jim performs up to 70-75 continuing education seminars per year for CPAs and attorneys throughout the United States. To date, he has prepared and presented over 1900 full and half-day seminars on accounting and taxation topics. Jim’s philosophy of CPE is simple: spend the class time on topics of applicability and relevance to all and present the topics in an entertaining and fast moving manner.
Jim also regularly consults with CPA firms throughout the United States on a variety of accounting and auditing technical issues and serves as expert counsel in litigation manners.